The interface is divided into two big areas, the part where we indicate where the DVD that we want to copy is (we will be able to choose between a DVD or a Windows folder) and the one where we can choose the configuration of the file that we will obtain. Among the available options, we will be able to save a copy of the file or directly save it to a DVD whether a 4.5 GB or 9 GB disk.
Logically it is possible to eliminate or include contents in the copy we are going to make. Like the DTS audio, the subtitles or the menus and extras.
Thanks to applications like Plato DVD Copy, it is a lot easier to make backups of our DVDs without loosing quality, which does happen with DivX or XviD files.